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About Point Two Balls

  • Birthday 28/02/1974

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  • Guns
    CYMA CM353, CYMA CM513, CYMA CM128, GALAXY G.5M,
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Manchester

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  1. Time Left: 5 days and 20 hours

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    2 x CYMA 125 Metal Top Slides in Blue. £10 posted.

    £10

    - GB

  2. A couple more pics. Further reading suggests this is pretty normal. Option is to buy a smaller 600mA 7.4v (rather than the 800mAq 11.1v supplied battery) or to buy the extended buffer tube (which means you can't collapse the stock). Pretty poor for a gun that costs almost £200. Pat.
  3. Hi Guys, My Ronin arrived today. Love it. But there’s no way the supplied lipo is fitting in the buffer tube. Options/ideas/thoughts? Cheers, Pat.
  4. THIS ADVERT IS 'UNCOMPLETED' - THIS MEANS THE ADVERTISER HASN'T BUMPED THIS LISTING, BUT IT COULD STILL BE WORTH CONTACTING THEM.

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    Nuprol or CYMA, can't remember. Used for half a day. Price includes postage within the UK only.

    £20

  5. Thanks @BigStew. I’m competent with swapping a plug for the AER and that adapter makes the AEP easy too. Pat. Or this Lipo even easier: https://www.airsoftworld.net/world-exclusive-lithium-polymer-aep-battery-li-po-lipo-7-4v-550mah.html What’s the max safe Lipo I can put into a entry level Cyma (513) ? if at all…. Pat.
  6. Hi All, Am I right in thinking that if I don’t get a crazy large and powerful Lipo, it’s a straight swap….. Or is there more to it? Pat.
  7. Hi Rich. I have a couple of CYMA metal mid caps - used in 4 - 20 minute games and that's it so they're pretty much as new. Open to offers. Regards, Pat.
  8. Hi, Thanks, but it was still under warranty so I got a full refund. I did think about another MP5 and whilst I love the gun and it's looks, the selector switched played up a few times. Hence paying more for something betterer (yes that's a real word) and more reliable. With my step son having an M4 - it just makes sharing mags etc. a lot easier. Pat.
  9. Hi Guys, Thanks for reading so far...... I'm a pro bicycle mechanic by trade and it's a similar scenario once you get over a certain price point - the bikes are all good - just pick the one you like the look of the most. Glad it's the same scenario with airsoft and no one has said anything bad about any of the guns listed. Really really liking the ARP-566 and looks like it's going to be the winner though (thanks @Mr. No_Face). Yes @Rogerborg - it was a Galaxy G.5M - tested in the garden and the metal stock inner tube sheared right off as I was starting my first CQB session last week - never been banged or dropped either. Also, the selector switch sometimes went to full auto, or nothing at all, but I read this happens to a few with the similar switch. Love the size and style of the gun though. It was still under warranty though so returned it last week - just waiting for the refund now. Regards, Pat.
  10. Hi Guys, Love my MP5, but after the stock snapped clean off, I'm after something new. I've been looking at: Saigo Defence Ronin (love the look). G&G Firehawk (not the biggest fan of the look of the stock). Specna Arma SA-C10 PDW. G&G ARP-9 (love the look, but proprietary mags) Amoeba AM-015 Stubby Badger (love the stock, but that front handle would have to go) Not wanting to upgrade - just after a reliable CQB and woodland all rounder. What are peoples thoughts/experiences and have I missed anything I mike like off the list? Cheers, Pat. https://www.bespokeairsoft.co.uk/saigo-defense-ronin-aeg-with-lipo-bat-charger-blue https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/g-and-g-armament-combat-machine-firehawk-m4-stubby https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/specna-arms-sa-c10-pdw-core-airsoft-aeg-rifle https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/g-and-g-armament-combat-machine-arp-9?pv=2828 https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/ares-amoeba-am-015-stubby-badger-cqb?pv=1003
  11. Hi All. So we did it and survived. Had a great day and loved Strikeforce Gloucester. Paintball masks, jeans and hoodies it was. Few hits marks, but fully enjoyed it. Pat.
  12. @Rogerborg- interesting observation today...... The motor end cap is held on with two push pins and is 16mm long. Pretty sure a normal mag will fit straight in there as well as the extended mag. Wonder if there's a cover plate for the 128 to convert it to a low-cap that's held in with two pins - would make buying a spare mag a lot easier. Pat.
  13. Me too..... All the measurements from the 128 mag are the same as the 123 mag apart from the overall length and the lower section (your 76mm section). The 128 hi-cap mag is 146mm long and the lower section 93mm long on the hi-cap 128 mag. Good to know, but looks like only the specific 128 hi-cap mag will fit the 128, but the 128 hi-cap mag will fit all the non hi-cap guns all be it with 16mm poking out of the bottom of the grip. Cheers, Pat.
  14. That is awesome - thanks @Rogerborg. Will measure up my 128 tomorrow and report back. Might help someone else in the future. Pat.
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